Some big-time wins

Today’s results:

Iowa beat Iowa State, 61-55, on their home court for the first time since 1989.

#11 Tennessee scored the third-most points in program history in a 131-69 rout of Troy.

South Dakota State held off Oklahoma, 67-61.

#3 Notre Dame handled Michigan State, 90-59.

#12 Ohio State pounded Florida, 103-77.

#21 Texas A&M put out TCU’s fire, 71-58.

#23 Green Bay topped Dayton, 75-64.

Colorado nipped Colorado State, 70-67.

Penn State escaped Fordham, 65-60.

New Mexico’s win over Texas Tech pushes them to 10-0.

And just moments ago, Gonzaga downed Washington State, 64-56.

All scores.

Tomorrow’s schedule.

College team news:

What we learned from Iowa-Iowa State.

Duquesne is looking to take a big step forward to the big time.

High-powered offense has Seton Hall off to a great start.

#4 Louisville hosts Vanderbilt tomorrow.

College player news:

Kelsey Mitchell became Ohio State’s all-time leading scorer tonight, surpassing Jantel Lavender.

Duke transfer Sierra Calhoun is finding her niche with the Buckeyes.

94 feet with Kennesaw State freshman Kamiyah Street. AWESOME way to do a player interview.

Nebraska’s Rachel Blackburn has returned to the court after injuries.

From practice player to team captain: Jenna Moser’s incredible journey at Washington.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week.

WNBA news:

For the WNBA, business isn’t as bad as it looks.

Lindsay Whalen was fighting nerves before her broadcasting debut tonight.

Q&A with Maya Moore on criminal justice reform.

Storm statement on the city’s approval of the KeyArena remodel.


Coaches, college athletics officials and several agents are supporting an effort to strengthen laws that regulate sports agent conduct.